FIANZ: Lynnmall Terrorist “nothing to do with Islam”

Mohammed Amir

FIANZ represents Saudi Interests here in New Zealand, and many New Zealand Islamic converts, following Muhammad’s Quran, as taught in our own local mosques, have been slaughtered in the ongoing Saudi war currently in Yemen which is ignored by the New Zealand media. In this interview below, FIANZ take advantage of the Quranic verses encouraging Muslims to pretend to be friends with unbelievers…

Quran 3.28 Let not believers take disbelievers as allies [i.e., supporters or protectors] rather than believers. And whoever [of you] does that has nothing [i.e., no association] with God, except when taking precaution against them in prudence. *103 And God warns you of Him self, and to God is the [final] destination. *103 When fearing harm from an enemy, the believer may pretend as long as his heart and intention are not effected. 5.51 O you who have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies of one another. And whoever is an ally to them among you – then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, God guides not the wrong-doing people.

…knowing that Allah will not hold them accountable for their lies.

Quran 2.225 Allah does not impose blame on you for what is unintentional in your oaths, 66.2 Allah has already ordained for you the dissolution of your oaths,

This attack is no surprise as no-one involved in recruiting for overseas terror networks on behalf of FIANZ has ever been prosecuted here in New Zealand, because preaching jihad is ordinary Islam, as long as they don’t act on their belief, as the Prime Ministers press conference below clarifies.

See also: Islam is the religion of the sword not pacifism.

The man who committed Friday’s terrorist attack at an Auckland supermarket is solely responsible for his actions, which had nothing to do with Islam, a prominent community member says.

3:138. This [Quran] is a clear statement to [all] the people and a guidance and instruction for those conscious of God. 139. So do not weaken and do not grieve, and you will be superior if you are
[true] believers. 140. If a wound should touch you there has already touched the [opposing] people a wound similar to it. And these days [of varying conditions] We alternate among the people so that God may make evident those who believe and [may] take to Himself from among you martyrs and God does not like the wrongdoers 141. And that God may purify the believers [through trials] and destroy the disbelievers. 142. Or do you think that you will enter Paradise while God has not yet made evident those of you who fight in His cause and made evident those who are steadfast?
143. And you had certainly wished for death [i.e., martyrdom] before you encountered it, and you have [now] seen it [before you] while you were looking on.

Sheikh Mohammed Amir is chairman of the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) Ulama Board – or religious advisory board.

He said the attack was one man’s actions, and had nothing to do with the wider Muslim community.

Quran 8:72. Indeed, those who have believed and emigrated and fought with their wealth and lives in the cause of God and those who gave shelter and aided – they are allies of one another.
“This is nothing to do with Islam or Muslim, he is just an idiot person, and a nasty person,” he said.
Quran 3:138. This [Quran] is a clear statement to [all] the people and a guidance and instruction for those conscious of God. 139. So do not weaken and do not grieve, and you will be superior if you are
[true] believers. 140. If a wound should touch you ? there has already touched the [opposing] people a wound similar to it. And these days [of varying conditions] We alternate among the people so that God may make evident those who believe and [may] take to Himself from among you martyrs ? and God does not like the wrongdoers ? 141. And that God may purify the believers [through trials] and destroy the disbelievers. 142. Or do you think that you will enter Paradise while God has not yet made evident those of you who fight in His cause and made evident those who are steadfast?
143. And you had certainly wished for death [i.e., martyrdom] before you encountered it, and you have [now] seen it [before you] while you were looking on.

“Myself as an Islamic theologian, this kind of thing – it doesn’t exist anywhere in our religion.”

Quran 2:191. And kill them wherever you overtake them and expel them from wherever they have expelled you, and unbelief is worse than killing.

The attacker had previously been before the courts, where he was found guilty of possessing objectionable material – namely, Isis propaganda.

The court heard he had downloaded two nasheeds, or chants with still imagery, which were “clearly designed” to celebrate the cause of Isis.

One of the nasheeds showed an image of a figure carrying a machine gun and the Isis flag. The lyrics referenced violent acts including decapitation and terrorism.

The second nasheed encouraged terrorist attacks on other countries.

The man had been under surveillance by police since being released from jail. On Friday, he stabbed six people at the LynnMall Countdown before officers shot him dead.

Amir likened the man to the terrorist who perpetrated the March 15 mosque attacks in Christchurch.

“The person, he is responsible,” he said.

“It had nothing to do with the nation of New Zealand.

“The whole nation came together and refused it, they rejected it.

“New Zealand doesn’t have room for this … we would like to say that there’s no room for this kind of thing.”

Amir expressed his deep sadness for the six victims of the attack.

“In this lockdown there was enough pressure on people, and [when] people go for shopping mostly only one person is allowed from the family.

“I really feel extremely sorry for the people affected and for the people who have seen this horror.

“I wish, and I pray that all those affected are getting well soon and come back to their [home] to reunite with their family.”

Tahir Nawaz, the former president of the International Muslim Association of New Zealand, said he was “very saddened” to hear about the attack.

“We experienced a similar thing two years ago, we know the feeling, we know the effect of things people do in the name of religion.”

Nawaz said he condemned the terrorist’s actions and was praying for the victims.

FIANZ president Ibrar Sheikh said he sympathised with the victims and bystanders.

“Terrorists who do such inhumane and vile acts do not belong to any religion,” he said.

Quran 2:193. Fight them until there is no [more] unbelief and [until] religion [i.e., worship] is [acknowledged to be] for God.

“They act out of sheer hate, and they have no place in our country.”

Auckland terror attack: Stabbings ‘nothing to do with Islam’, community leader says

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